Despite the fast and the restrictions, Yom Kippur is a joyous celebration of coming home.
Without owning up to what we’ve done, how can we ensure that we won’t do it again? And if you’re going to do it again, what’s the point of apologizing?
Repentance requires that we embrace a change in our identity in three difference areas.
Our true home is not something we need to “find.” There’s no search to run, no listing portal to scour, no properties to tour.
We are living in a time when there seems to be a constant need for apology, but a lack of authentic apology. What does it mean to apologize authentically?
[spacer size=”40″] Rosh Hashana isn’t just the “Jewish New Year.” It’s the start date for the original personal growth immersion experience, an epic journey of the soul.